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Wonderboy

Wonderboy

  The rain subsided at 4 AM August 14, 2011. By 5:30 the clouds broke, allowing a full moon to illuminate buttresses of green and red patina covered granite. Below them, tinted snowfields led to mounds of boulders. Between the talus were patches of rough grass covered in yellow blooms. Water trickled its way from […]

Castleton to Corn- A Spring Climb/Ski Weekend in Moab

Castleton to Corn- A Spring Climb/Ski Weekend in Moab

Standing on the summit of Castleton Tower in April, the snow-covered slopes of the La Sal Range seemed close enough to touch. We could hardly wait to be shredding perfect corn on Mt. Tukuhnikivatz the next day. This was that magical time of year in Southern Utah when safe and stable mountain snowpack coexists with […]

Joy and Suffering at the Worlds Greatest Crack Crag- Indian Creek

Joy and Suffering at the Worlds Greatest Crack Crag- Indian Creek

Fall in Utah is amazing (as are the other 3 seasons.) But autumn is especially stellar when the yellowing leaves of Aspen and Cottonwoods are juxtaposed against a backdrop of red sandstone cliffs. This feast of color is never more fully appreciated than when you get your feet back on terra firma after jamming them […]

Slacklining from Beginner to Highline

Slacklining from Beginner to Highline

Chances are, even if you are not into the climbing scene where the sport has developed, you’ve seen people walking on the slackline around the area. Brought up and developed by the climbing crowd, slackline is gaining in popularity amongst people for refining balance, developing their core muscles, or just to have fun. Unfamiliar? Usually […]